- 1 アオスタ - Aosta is the regional capital of the Aosta Valley. It is located near ski resorts and the Gran Paradiso National Park, characterized by an alpine botanical garden, paths and species such as ibex and eagles. Among the vestiges of the Roman past are the Arch of Augustus and the Porta Pretoria, which once gave access to the city. The Sant'Orso complex includes a Romanesque cloister and a priory with a frescoed chapel.
- 2 ベルガモ – a fairytale pastel-coloured city perched atop a hillside, and the gate to Bergamo Alps.
- 3 ブレシア – a major industrial powerhouse since the Ancient Roman times, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 4 コモ - Como is a city located in the southern part of Lake Como. It is known for the gothic cathedral, the panoramic funicular and the pedestrian path along the lake. The Didactic Silk Museum illustrates the history of the Como silk industry, while the Tempio Voltiano is a museum dedicated to the physicist Alessandro Volta. To the north are the gardens overlooking the lake of Villa Olmo and other elegant villas.
- 5 ジェノヴァ - Genoa is a port city and is the capital of the Liguria region. It is known for its important role in maritime trade over many centuries. In the historic center is the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, in Romanesque style with a black and white striped facade and frescoed interiors. Narrow streets lead to monumental squares such as the Piazza de Ferrari, with its characteristic bronze fountain and the Carlo Felice opera house.
- 6 ラ・スペツィア - La Spezia is a port city in Liguria, Italy. Its 19th-century maritime arsenal and the naval technical museum, with naval models and tools for navigation, bear witness to the maritime heritage of the city. The Castle of San Giorgio, on the hill, houses an archaeological museum with finds from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages. The adjacent Amedeo Lia Civic Museum houses paintings, bronze sculptures and illuminated miniatures in a former convent.
- 7 マントヴァ (イタリア語 : Mantova) – the Ducal Palace has a cycle of frescoes by Mantegna that no art lover should miss. This city is also an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 8 ミラノ (イタリア語 : Milano) – shares with Paris the title of fashion capital of the world, and is Italy's second city and the main Italian economic centre. Moral capital "," Economic capital "," Lombard metropolis "," City of Madunìna "and so on: these are all slogans that describe the appearance of Milan, not its tourist essence, which is that of the most suitable city. more familiar man than the ancient villages of old Milan who hides his pearls in the ravines of the spreading modern city, perhaps with reluctance, perhaps with jealousy, certainly with pride. Intimate ancient churches, sumptuous palaces, silent medieval corners. And then, the astonishing explosion of the Duomo with the gilded and adored Madonnina, to reveal to everyone the greatness, the dynamism, the ingenuity that brought the most intimate and subdued ancient Milan onto the world stage.
- 9 サンレーモ
- 10 トリノ (イタリア語 : Torino) – After the Italian unification, on 17th March 1861, Turin was the first capital of modern Italy.